6-8th July: a drunken gathering at Wymondham, where crowds broke down enclosure fences and hedges of John Flowerdew. This obviously angered Flowerdew for pulling down the abbey.
Flowerdew encouraged rebels to attack hedges of Kett, who then was assumed as the leader of the movement with the rest of the leaders being yeomen farmers.
12th- 30th July: Rebels encamped on Mousehold Heath Now numbered around 16,000. Kett produced list of articles, and were anticipating favourable government response. York Herald arrives and offers full pardon to all who disperse and promised to reduce price of wool by one third leading the rebels to take Norwich. Northampton then arrives with army of 1,800 men Promises full pardon but only 20 disperse. MacCulloch blames Northampton's interventions for the full scale rebellion.
23rd August-Earl of Warwick arrives with 12,000 men and some are taken from Scottish garrisons. Many took of caps and said "God save King Edward" yet still refused Warwick's offer of pardon
26-27thAugust- Kett abandoned fortified Mousehold Heath for valley of Dussindale Warwick received another 1,000 foreign mercenaries. 3,000 rebels killed and Kett arrested
26th November- Kett executed for treason Warwick made sure trial process abided by law - MacCulloch only found evidence for 49 executions